When we buy a smartphone with a high-capacity battery, we just want a device to have longer battery time. That’s why wasting this precious power seems illogical. But this extra charge can be used for “feeding” other devices, like a music player, wireless headphones or another phone. That’s right, your own smartphone can be a power bank as well.
For example, Blackview P2 Lite, a bulky device with a 6 000mAh battery, can do that very well. This smartphone was released in March and its main feature was the impressive autonomy time (26 hours of music or 10 hours of video). What’s more, the phone can actually be used for charging other devices. The manufacturer demonstrated this process on a video.
Blackview P2 Lite specification:
- Processor (Clock): Octa-Core 1.5GHz ARM Cortex-A53
- Memory: 3GB, 666 MHz
- Internal Storage: 32GB
- Screen (Size & Type): 5.5 inches FHD display
- Camera Overview: 13 Megapixels / 8 Megapixels
- OS Version: Android 7.0 Nougat
Using an OTG-cable, a fully charged Blackview P2 Lite can share its power with another mobile device. Plus, Blackview P2 Lite doesn’t lose any of its own charge. It’s still possible to watch videos or play games on a smartphone while it’s charging another device.